At the Level Up: Employment Skills Simulation
Lab, we help bridge the equity gap in employment
opportunities for underserved groups by harnessing
technology for social good, ensuring healthy
development for all youth, promoting smart
decarceration, and eradicating social isolation.
The Diabetes in Men’s Health (DīMH) Lab at the University of Michigan develops, adapts and implements culturally tailored approaches to promote and sustain Type 2 diabetes self-management over time. Our current target population is Black men with Type 2 diabetes. We utilize evidence-based intervention programs that include cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), community-based exercise, and peer-led diabetes self-management support (just to name a few).